## A:Students will create a linear relation in the form y=Mx+b with the following c

A:Students will create a linear relation in the form y=Mx+b with the following criteria: the slope is a fraction ( with denomator other then +1/-1), the initial value is between -10 and 10. B) students will create an equation of a line that is parallel to the line that they created in part a. C) create a equation of a line that is perpendicular to the line that they created in part A , with a diffrent initial value than the one used in part a. D) students will graph all three lines using the slope and y- intercept method, making sure to label each line with its equation. E) students will identify as my point(S) of interest on the graph and state any point(S) of intersection.

## Session 1 Presentation provided you with an overview of “What are Statistics?”.

Session 1 Presentation provided you with an overview of “What are Statistics?”. In this presentation, you learned about the difference between inductive and deductive reasoning. Provide a one-page critique of a peer-reviewed journal article on a topic you choose. Make sure to address whether or not the questions posed by the writer answered uses inductive or deductive reasoning.

## Begin by watching the video “Fractions are Everywhere”. Pay attention to the exa

Begin by watching the video “Fractions are Everywhere”. Pay attention to the example of fractions and how they are defined in these real-world contexts.
Then, in no more than 500 words, respond to the following prompts:
Find something of your own (and hopefully different than the examples in the video) that can be represented as a fraction. Attach a picture of your example or describe it to us. Explain how your example represents a fraction, including what would be the numerator and denominator.
In what other ways might you encounter math in your own daily life? This should be specific to your daily life, not general examples.

## In this assignment, you will be creating a personal budget and analyzing expense

In this assignment, you will be creating a personal budget and analyzing expenses as needs and wants. You’ll be using the 50/30/20 strategy to show the proportion between needs, wants and savings. Watch this video for help with completing the assignment.
You will need to show your equations for each calculation.
Make sure you submit your work in a modified MS Word document. Handwritten work will not be accepted.
Component
Points
Step 1
A Annual Salary: Complete/Non-Complete (2 pts)
B Gross Monthly Salary: Accurate calculation of A/12 (2 pts)
C Net Take-Home: Realistic amount should be less than B by between 10% and 30% (2 pts)
/6 pts.
Step 2
Realistic monthly expenses are provided for the given categories. (1 pt for each category)
Grading note: What may be a realistic for someone could be different for someone else.
/10 pts.
Step 3
Expenses are appropriately identified as needs and wants. In some cases, totals for a category are divided between wants and needs. (1 pt for each category row)
Grading note: What may be a want for someone could be a need for someone else.
/15 pts.
Step 4
Individual categories for needs, wants, and savings are accurately calculated.
1 Needs (4 pts)
2 Wants (4 pts)
3 Savings (4 pts)
/12 pts.
Step 5
Percentages are accurately calculated for wants, needs, and savings based on the total monthly salary.
1 Needs (4 pts)
2 Wants (4 pts)
3 Savings (4 pts)
/12 pts.
Step 6
Reflection compares own budget to 50/30/20 and thoughtfully considers what might need to be changed in own budget

## What is “Exploration”? : A written paper that explores the math behind a persona

What is “Exploration”? : A written paper that explores the math behind a personal interest of your choice
Objective:
– To apply and transfer skills to alternate situations, to other areas of knowledge, and to future developments
– To appreciate the moral, social, and ethical implications of Mathematics
– To appreciate the international dimensions & universality of Mathematics
– Appreciate the contribution of Mathematics to other disciples
Specifics:
• 8-12 pages, excluding graphs, diagrams, bibliography, etc
• Should take around 10-15 hours outside of class time. This includes research, writing a draft, editing, etc.
• All sources must be cited in a bibliography.
• Not a regurgitation of facts or a historical essay.
• The target audience is your peers. Not expected to be a formal dissertation using ostentatious vocabulary.
• Use of some sort of mathematical technology or software is strongly encouraged
• You are expected to use any mathematics the level of this course
• Counts as test grade and a quiz grade in the 3rd Marking Period: final draft – 80 test points, first draft – 45 marks

2. It will be a minimum of five typed pages which includes one cover page, and one works cited page all written in twelve point font.
3. It will only be accepted as an email, google doc, or as a hard copy.
4. The due date is a non negotiable. Due Date is Friday January 7. I assure you it WILL NOT Be TAKEN LATE
5. You must cite a minimum of five sources.

## I would like for you to write for me a Research paper to explore a certain topic

I would like for you to write for me a Research paper to explore a certain topic using Math AA sl math. I inculded one topic that I attempted to do below it is within the rough draft and and proposal, ita about parachutes and the physics behind them. in this IA you are require to explore a topic using Math AA sl level of math and establush personal connection with the topic. Most of the information you will be need is attached and I have included everything that you will be needing. Thank you and godspeed.

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